San Antonio Spurs

Patty Mills passes Manu Ginobili for most 3-pointers made off the bench with one team in NBA history

With a triple in the fourth quarter of the early game against the Portland Trail Blazers, Patty Mills passed former teammate Manu Ginobili for the most 3-pointers made off the bench with one team in NBA history.

The Aussie has been with the San Antonio franchise since 2011, having played 611 of his 685 career regular-season games (at the time of the above-mentioned record) donning the organization's uniform.

Mills and Ginobili were teammates on the Spurs for seven seasons (2011-18) including the 2014 championship roster.

Coming to this game, Mills finished with 21 points, 15 of which came from beyond the arc. He was one of four Spurs along with DeMar DeRozan (20 points, 11 assists), LaMarcus Aldridge (22 points) and Rudy Gay (21 points) to finish with at least 20 points in the 125-104 win.

With the win, the team improves to 8-6 for the season, having won six of their last eight.

Through 14 games this season, Mills has scored 206 points off the bench - third-best in the league - on shooting splits of .474/.457/.895

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